Cybister Amaryllis La Paz

Over the last decade, Cybister Amaryllis have become increasingly more popular. Originally hybridized in South America, Cybister Amaryllis have narrow, somewhat spidery flower petals that appear more species-like than their big saucer-shaped cousins. La Paz has upper dark coral petals, while the lower petals are greenish-white edged in dark coral with darker midveins and a starburst green throat. Cybister Amaryllis need not be forced into dormancy, but can be grown as a year-round houseplant, flowering at will. Harvest bulb size: 24 cm. After harvest, the bulb may shrink a bit as it dries: it will plump up again once potted and hydrated. For complete storage, planting and care instructions, click Amaryllis Horticultural Tips below. Each plump, bareroot bulb is nestled in its own little burlap sack secured with green garden twine and a rustic Art & Soul of Winter label with horticultural instructions. A terrific bulb-in-a-bag for holiday gift giving!

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Amaryllis Horticultural Tips
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$9.50

Available in units of 1 with volume discount pricing.

1 bulbs $12.75
3 bulbs $36.75
6 bulbs $70.75
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  • Exotic Dutch Amaryllis
    Hippeastrum. These magnificent, exotic bulbs usually yield two successive stems with each producing four flowers. Our Exotic Dutch Amaryllis include Miniature, Cybister, Butterfly and Trumpet varieties. Although there are no guarantees from Mother Nature, our Dutch Amaryllis usually flower in eight to twelve weeks once potted. (If you want Amaryllis to bloom for Christmas, please choose from among our fine collection of Christmas Flowering Amaryllis.) We start shipping Dutch Amaryllis in mid-October once we receive them from the annual harvest in the Netherlands. Harvest bulb size: 20 cm to 34 cm (top size varies from variety to variety). These bulbs are each shipped bareroot for planting in your own containers. Each plump bulb is nestled in its own little burlap sack secured with green garden twine and a rustic Art & Soul of Winter label with horticultural instructions. It’s a terrific bulb-in-a-bag for holiday gift giving! For complete storage requirements, planting instructions and horticultural information, click:

    Amaryllis Horticultural Tips
Exotic Dutch Amaryllis
Hippeastrum. These magnificent, exotic bulbs usually yield two successive stems with each producing four flowers. Our Exotic Dutch Amaryllis include Miniature, Cybister, Butterfly and Trumpet varieties. Although there are no guarantees from Mother Nature, our Dutch Amaryllis usually flower in eight to twelve weeks once potted. (If you want Amaryllis to bloom for Christmas, please choose from among our fine collection of Christmas Flowering Amaryllis.) We start shipping Dutch Amaryllis in mid-October once we receive them from the annual harvest in the Netherlands. Harvest bulb size: 20 cm to 34 cm (top size varies from variety to variety). These bulbs are each shipped bareroot for planting in your own containers. Each plump bulb is nestled in its own little burlap sack secured with green garden twine and a rustic Art & Soul of Winter label with horticultural instructions. It’s a terrific bulb-in-a-bag for holiday gift giving! For complete storage requirements, planting instructions and horticultural information, click:

Amaryllis Horticultural Tips
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